DysportDysport® is a prescription injection that temporarily improves the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows in adult patients less than 65 years of age. 

Untreated muscles still work normally, so you can continue to express feelings naturally. It’s the lines that are minimized, not your expressions.



of users say they would get Dysport again



Frequently Asked Questions


How does Dysport Work?

With just 1 injection into each of the 5 points between and over the eyebrows, Dysport blocks the signal from the nerve to the muscles, which reduces muscle activity and temporarily prevents contraction of the muscles that cause frown lines between the eyebrows. The rest of your face continues to move naturally.


How long does Dysport last?

Dysport can last up to 4 months.


Who should use Dysport?

If you are under 65 and seeking to improve the look of wrinkles between your eyebrows, Dysport may be right for you. 



Dysport vs. Botox

  Dysport Botox
Procedure Type Nonsurgical Nonsurgical
Treatment Areas Lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) Glabellar lines, forehead lines, crow’s feet (laugh lines) around the eyes
Pain No pain is felt during the procedure. Slight pain may be felt at injection site after treatment. Treatment doesn’t cause pain. Slight numbness and pain may be felt after the procedure.
Number of Treatments Each session is about an hour long. You will need to follow up every few months to maintain desired results. Same as Dysport, except that sometimes Botox can wear off slightly sooner in some people. Others might see results for up to six months.
Expected Results Results are temporary and last between three and four months at a time. You may start seeing improvements within a couple of days. Botox can take longer to take effect with an average of one week to one month after your session. The results are also temporary, lasting a few months at a time.
Noncandidates People who have milk allergies and take certain medications used for muscle spasms. Not recommended for women who are pregnant. Women who are pregnant and people who take certain medications for muscle spasticity.
Recovery Time Little to no recovery time needed. Little to no recovery time needed.



Source: Healthline.com